Articles to help with your financial planning goals

Whether it's for retirement, business operations or expansion planning, here are a few tips that can get the average small business started with investing.

Managing Financial Affairs for Someone Else

As you age, you may be wondering: Is it OK for another person to pay my bills? There are steps to take to ensure your financial security later in life.

Financial New Year's Resolutions

Don't forget to make some financial resolutions for the new year. They can help you stay on top of your finances.

Money Saving Tips for Singles at Every Age

Self-supporting singles can build good money management and budget habits into their daily life at any age.

What to Do if You Lose Your Job

Any job change leads to upheaval and uncertainty. From severance pay to health insurance options, here's guidance about what to do when you lose your job.

Personal Net Worth

A personal net worth statement is a snapshot of your financial health. Use the worksheet to help you determine yours.

Consulting a Professional for Retirement Savings

Check out these important traits to seek out in a financial professional who are also known as financial advisors.

Common Financial Misconceptions: Credit Cards

Credit cards can be confusing. Don't let these common misconceptions prevent you from selecting the right credit card that meets your needs

When Do I Need a Financial Advisor?

What does a financial professional do? Is it time for you to consult one to help you meet short- and long-term goals? Here are some insights.

How Do Annuities Work

An annuity provides a way to receive a paycheck for the rest of your life. State Farm agents share how annuities work and how it can fit into your retirement plan.

A Decade-by-Decade Approach to Financial Goals

Help take the guesswork out of prioritizing your lifelong financial goals with this infographic that categorizes retirement goals, short-term goals and other financial to-do's by age.

Financial Investing 101

Unsure of how to start investing? Let us help you learn about how, when and what to invest in.

Investing 101: Get Started Today

Unsure of how to start investing? We have a series of helpful videos that can equip you with the tools and education you need to being on the right path to grow your money.

Save or Shred? When You Should Keep Financial Documents

When it comes to tax and important documentation, knowing whether to keep it or shred it is important. We've compiled information to help you with this important task.

Steps For a Personal Financial Plan

A personal financial plan is important for your financial future. It's easy to start once you know these steps.

What Are Bond Funds

Investing in bond funds may offer regular fixed income and tend to have less risk than most stock funds. Read more.

Moving From Child Care to Saving For a College Fund

Child care costs are gone. Now what? Start investing in your child's college fund.

What You Should Know About a Prospectus

Understanding a mutual fund prospectus: the prospectus has detailed information on investment objective, performance, fees and services.

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